RADFORD, Va. (WFXR) — Radford University’s vice president and chief information officer will retire June 24, the school announced Thursday. Kemp has been head of the university’s IT operations since December 2006.
“Danny was one of the first individuals to welcome me when I began my tenure in 2016,” said president Dr. Brian O. Hemphill. “Very quickly, I witnessed first-hand Danny’s expertise in technology and commitment to Radford. During his time at Radford, he has gained the respect of the campus and the community, while making a profound impact on the University’s technology capabilities and service functions.”
“It is difficult to accurately capture the unbelievable impact Danny had on Radford University, its people, and its programs. The Radford family extends its deepest appreciation and heartfelt gratitude to Vice President Kemp for his exemplary leadership and outstanding service during his long-standing tenure at Radford University and throughout his accomplished career in the technology industry!”
Kemp was responsible for implementation of the Banner ERP system, multiple upgrades to the online portal and web presence, and introduction of mobile web presence and application, and administered technology budgets at Radford University.
No replacement has been named.
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